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Last updated on 4 September 2019
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You're required to set equality objectives as part of your duties under the public sector equality duty. Whether you're setting these for all your schools, or want your school to adopt different objectives, use our guide for a practical approach to writing them.

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  1. Decide how you want to set them in your trust
  2. Choose a PSED aim for your objectives to address
  3. Identify the challenges you have in that PSED aim
  4. Develop your initial objectives
  5. Make the objectives specific and measurable
  6. Examples of SMART objectives
  7. Publish the objectives (and monitor them)

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